UNC's William Blumberg Blazes Trail Into NCAA Quarterfinals

added another distinction to an impressive college career Wednesday when he became the first Tar Heel in program history to reach the NCAA Men's Tennis Singles Championship quarterfinals three times. Blumberg beat Florida's Oliver Crawford, ranked ninth nationally, in straight sets to become one of the final eight standing. (

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